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Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Inspection mode Procedure

ENGINE (DIAGNOSTICS)(H4DO) > Inspection Mode

PROCEDURE

Perform the diagnosis shown in the following DTC table.

When performing the diagnosis not listed in “List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)”, refer to the item on the drive cycle. Drive Cycle">

DTC

Item

Condition

B1570

ANTENNA

B1571

REFERENCE CODE INCOMPATIBILITY (IMMOBILIZER CM TO ECM)

B1572

IMM CIRCUIT EXCEPT ANTENNA CIRCUIT

B1574

KEY COMMUNICATION

B1575

INCORRECT IMMOBILIZER KEY

B1576

EGI CONTROL MODULE EEPROM

B1577

IMM CONTROL MODULE EEPROM

B1578

METER

P0010

"A" CAMSHAFT POSITION ACTUATOR CONTROL CIRCUIT/OPEN BANK 1

P0013

"B" CAMSHAFT POSITION ACTUATOR CONTROL CIRCUIT/OPEN BANK 1

P0020

"A" CAMSHAFT POSITION ACTUATOR CONTROL CIRCUIT/OPEN BANK 2

P0023

"B" CAMSHAFT POSITION ACTUATOR CONTROL CIRCUIT/OPEN BANK 2

P0031

A/F / O2 HEATER CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW BANK 1 SENSOR 1

P0032

A/F / O2 HEATER CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH BANK 1 SENSOR 1

P0037

A/F / O2 HEATER CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW BANK 1 SENSOR 2

P0038

A/F / O2 HEATER CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH BANK 1 SENSOR 2

P0072

AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR CIRCUIT "A" LOW

P0073

AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR CIRCUIT "A" HIGH

P0102

MASS OR VOLUME AIR FLOW SENSOR "A" CIRCUIT LOW

P0103

MASS OR VOLUME AIR FLOW SENSOR "A" CIRCUIT HIGH

P0107

MANIFOLD ABSOLUTE PRESSURE/BAROMETRIC PRESSURE SENSOR CIRCUIT LOW

P0108

MANIFOLD ABSOLUTE PRESSURE/BAROMETRIC PRESSURE SENSOR CIRCUIT HIGH

P0112

INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR 1 CIRCUIT LOW BANK 1

P0113

INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR 1 CIRCUIT HIGH BANK 1

P0117

ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR 1 CIRCUIT LOW

P0118

ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR 1 CIRCUIT HIGH

P0122

THROTTLE/PEDAL POSITION SENSOR/SWITCH "A" CIRCUIT LOW

P0123

THROTTLE/PEDAL POSITION SENSOR/SWITCH "A" CIRCUIT HIGH

P0131

A/F / O2 SENSOR CIRCUIT LOW VOLTAGE BANK 1 SENSOR 1

P0132

A/F / O2 SENSOR CIRCUIT HIGH VOLTAGE BANK 1 SENSOR 1

P0197

ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURE SENSOR "A" CIRCUIT LOW

P0198

ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURE SENSOR "A" CIRCUIT HIGH

P0201

CYLINDER 1 INJECTOR "A" CIRCUIT

P0202

CYLINDER 2 INJECTOR "A" CIRCUIT

P0203

CYLINDER 3 INJECTOR "A" CIRCUIT

P0204

CYLINDER 4 INJECTOR "A" CIRCUIT

P0222

THROTTLE/PEDAL POSITION SENSOR/SWITCH "B" CIRCUIT LOW

P0223

THROTTLE/PEDAL POSITION SENSOR/SWITCH "B" CIRCUIT HIGH

P0327

KNOCK/COMBUSTION VIBRATION SENSOR 1 CIRCUIT LOW BANK 1 OR SINGLE SENSOR

P0328

KNOCK/COMBUSTION VIBRATION SENSOR 1 CIRCUIT HIGH BANK 1 OR SINGLE SENSOR

P0335

CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR "A" CIRCUIT

P0336

CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR "A" CIRCUIT RANGE/PERFORMANCE

P0340

CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR "A" CIRCUIT BANK 1 OR SINGLE SENSOR

P0341

CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR "A" CIRCUIT RANGE/PERFORMANCE BANK 1 OR SINGLE SENSOR

P0345

CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR "A" CIRCUIT BANK 2

P0346

CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR "A" CIRCUIT RANGE/PERFORMANCE BANK 2

P0351

IGNITION COIL "A" PRIMARY CONTROL CIRCUIT/OPEN

P0352

IGNITION COIL "B" PRIMARY CONTROL CIRCUIT/OPEN

P0353

IGNITION COIL "C" PRIMARY CONTROL CIRCUIT/OPEN

P0354

IGNITION COIL "D" PRIMARY CONTROL CIRCUIT/OPEN

P0365

CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR "B" CIRCUIT BANK 1

P0366

CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR "B" CIRCUIT RANGE/PERFORMANCE BANK 1

P0390

CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR "B" CIRCUIT BANK 2

P0391

CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR "B" CIRCUIT RANGE/PERFORMANCE BANK 2

P0452

EVAP SYSTEM (CPC) PRESSURE SENSOR/SWITCH CIRCUIT LOW

P0453

EVAP SYSTEM (CPC) PRESSURE SENSOR/SWITCH CIRCUIT HIGH

P0458

EVAP SYSTEM (CPC) PURGE CONTROL VALVE "A" CIRCUIT LOW

P0512

STARTER (SWITCH) REQUEST CIRCUIT

P0516

BATTERY TEMPERATURE SENSOR CIRCUIT LOW

P0517

BATTERY TEMPERATURE SENSOR CIRCUIT HIGH

P0560

SYSTEM VOLTAGE

P0604

INTERNAL CONTROL MODULE RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY (RAM) ERROR

P0605

INTERNAL CONTROL MODULE READ ONLY MEMORY (ROM) ERROR

P0606

CONTROL MODULE PROCESSOR

P060A

INTERNAL CONTROL MODULE MONITORING PROCESSOR PERFORMANCE

P060B

INTERNAL CONTROL MODULE A/D PROCESSING PERFORMANCE

P0616

STARTER RELAY "A" CIRCUIT LOW

P0617

STARTER RELAY "A" CIRCUIT HIGH

P062F

INTERNAL CONTROL MODULE EEPROM ERROR

P0685

ECM/PCM POWER RELAY CONTROL CIRCUIT/OPEN

P081A

STARTER DISABLE CIRCUIT LOW

P1160

THROTTLE RETURN SPRING

P1530

BATTERY CURRENT SENSOR CIRCUIT LOW

P1531

BATTERY CURRENT SENSOR CIRCUIT HIGH

P1532

BATTERY CHARGING SYSTEM

P2006

TGV CONTROL STUCK CLOSED BANK 1

P2007

TGV CONTROL STUCK CLOSED BANK 2

P2009

TGV CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW BANK 1

P2012

TGV CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW BANK 2

P2101

THROTTLE ACTUATOR "A" CONTROL MOTOR CIRCUIT RANGE/PERFORMANCE

P2102

THROTTLE ACTUATOR "A" CONTROL MOTOR CIRCUIT LOW

P2103

THROTTLE ACTUATOR "A" CONTROL MOTOR CIRCUIT HIGH

P2109

THROTTLE/PEDAL POSITION SENSOR "A" MINIMUM STOP PERFORMANCE

P2119

THROTTLE ACTUATOR "A" CONTROL THROTTLE BODY RANGE/PERFORMANCE

P2122

THROTTLE/PEDAL POSITION SENSOR/SWITCH "D" CIRCUIT LOW

P2123

THROTTLE/PEDAL POSITION SENSOR/SWITCH "D" CIRCUIT HIGH

P2127

THROTTLE/PEDAL POSITION SENSOR/SWITCH "E" CIRCUIT LOW

P2128

THROTTLE/PEDAL POSITION SENSOR/SWITCH "E" CIRCUIT HIGH

P2135

THROTTLE/PEDAL POSITION SENSOR/SWITCH "A"/"B" VOLTAGE CORRELATION

P2138

THROTTLE/PEDAL POSITION SENSOR/SWITCH "D"/"E" VOLTAGE CORRELATION

P2401

EVAP SYSTEM LEAK DETECTION PUMP CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW

P2419

EVAP SYSTEM SWITCHING VALVE CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW

P2530

IGNITION SWITCH RUN POSITION CIRCUIT

U0073

CONTROL MODULE COMMUNICATION BUS OFF

U0101

LOST COMMUNICATION WITH TCM

U0122

LOST COMMUNICATION WITH VEHICLE DYNAMICS CONTROL MODULE

U0155

LOST COMMUNICATION WITH INSTRUMENT PANEL CLUSTER (IPC) CONTROL MODULE

U0402

INVALID DATA RECEIVED FROM TCM

U0416

INVALID DATA RECEIVED FROM VEHICLE DYNAMICS CONTROL MODULE

U0423

INVALID DATA RECEIVED FROM INSTRUMENT PANEL CLUSTER CONTROL MODULE

1. PREPARATION FOR THE INSPECTION MODE

1. Check that the battery voltage is 12 V or more and fuel remains approx. half [20 — 40 L (5.3 — 10.6 US gal, 4.4 — 8.8 Imp gal)].

2. Lift up the vehicle using a garage jack and place it on rigid racks, or drive the vehicle onto free rollers.

WARNING:

Before lifting up the vehicle, ensure parking brake is applied.

Do not use a pantograph jack in place of a rigid rack.

Secure a rope or wire to the front or rear towing hooks to prevent the lateral runout of front wheels.

Before rotating the wheels, make sure that there is no one in front of the vehicle. Besides while the wheels are rotating, make sure that no one approaches the vehicle front side.

Make sure that there is nothing around the wheels. For AWD model, pay attention to all four wheels.

While servicing, do not depress or release the clutch pedal or accelerator pedal quickly regardless of the engine speed. Quick operation may cause the vehicle to drop off the free roller.

To prevent the vehicle from slipping due to vibration, do not place anything between rigid rack and the vehicle.

(A)

Rigid rack

(B)

Free roller

2. SUBARU SELECT MONITOR

1. Check that no DTC remains after clearing memory. Clear Memory Mode">

2. Warm up the engine.

3. Prepare the Subaru Select Monitor kit. General Description > PREPARATION TOOL">

4. Prepare PC with Subaru Select Monitor installed.

5. Connect the USB cable to the DST-i and the USB port on the personal computer (dedicated port for the Subaru Select Monitor).

NOTE:

The dedicated port for the Subaru Select Monitor means the USB port which was used to install the Subaru Select Monitor.

6. Connect the diagnosis cable to DST-i.

7. Install the delivery (test) mode fuse (A).

CAUTION:

Do not use any fuses that are installed on the vehicle.

8. Connect the DST-i to the data link connector located in the lower portion of the instrument panel (on the driver’s side).

CAUTION:

Do not connect the scan tools except for Subaru Select Monitor and general scan tool.

9. Start the PC.

10. Turn the ignition switch to ON (engine OFF) and run the “PC application for Subaru Select Monitor”.

11. On «Start» display, select «Diagnosis».

12. On «Vehicle selection» display, input the vehicle information and select «Confirmed».

13. On «Main Menu» display, select «Each System».

14. On «Select System» display, select «Engine Control System» and then select «Enter».

15. On «Select Function» display, select «Dealer Check Mode Procedure» and then select «Enter».

16. When «Perform Inspection (Dealer Check) Mode ?» is shown on the screen, click the «Next» button.

17. Perform subsequent procedures as instructed on the display screen.

If trouble still remains in the memory, the corresponding DTC appears on the display screen.

NOTE:

For detailed operation procedures, refer to “Application help”.

For details concerning DTC, refer to “List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)”.

List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)">

Release the parking brake.

The rotating speed difference between front and rear wheels may illuminate the warning light, but this does not indicate a malfunction. When engine control system diagnosis is finished, perform the VDC memory clearance procedure of self-diagnosis function. Clear Memory Mode">

3. GENERAL SCAN TOOL

1. Check that no DTC remains after clearing memory. Clear Memory Mode">

2. Warm up the engine.

3. Install the delivery (test) mode fuse (A).

CAUTION:

Do not use any fuses that are installed on the vehicle.

4. Connect the general scan tool to data link connector located in the lower portion of the instrument panel (on the driver’s side).

CAUTION:

Do not connect the scan tools except for Subaru Select Monitor and general scan tool.

5. Start the engine.

NOTE:

Ensure the selector lever is placed in the “P” range before starting. (CVT model)

Depress the clutch pedal when starting engine. (MT model)

6. Turn the neutral position switch to ON using select lever or gear shift lever.

7. Depress the brake pedal to turn the brake switch ON. (CVT model)

8. Keep the engine speed in 2,500 — 3,000 rpm range for 40 seconds.

9. Place the select lever or gear shift lever in “D” position (CVT model) or “1st gear” (MT model) and drive the vehicle at 5 to 10 km/h (3 to 6 MPH).

NOTE:

For AWD model, release the parking brake.

The rotating speed difference between front and rear wheels may illuminate the ABS warning light, but this does not indicate a malfunction. When engine control system diagnosis is finished, perform the VDC memory clearance procedure of self-diagnosis function. Clear Memory Mode">

10. Using the general scan tool, check for DTC and record the result(s).

NOTE:

For detailed operation procedures, refer to “Application help”.

For details concerning DTC, refer to “List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)”.

List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)">

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